New book: “Marginalization in China: Recasting Minority Politics” (2009)

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Dear Colleagues,

We are very pleased to announce the publication of MARGINALIZATION IN
CHINA: RECASTING MINORITY POLITICS (New York: Palgrave Macmillan,
2009).
http://us.macmillan.com/marginalizationinchina

Like every major society in the 21st century, China struggles to find
national unity in the midst of ethnic, religious, and regional
differences. This book offers a refreshing perspective on the politics
of marginalization and debunks popular misconceptions about China’s
highly centralized state and seemingly homogeneous society. Drawing on
archival research and fieldwork, this work presents in-depth case
studies of gender, ethnic, and religious minority formation, and
argues that the struggles of minorities are at the forefront of an
emerging Chinese civil society. Some of the chapters on Chinese
Christian movements may be of interest to members of this discussion
group.

Table of Contents
1. Introduction: Making Minorities in China
***Siu-Keung Cheung, Joseph Tse-Hei Lee, Lida V. Nedilsky

2. Reaching out for the Ladder of Success:
“Outsiders” and the Civil Examination in Late Imperial China
***Wing-Kin Puk

3. Banditry, Marginality, and Survival among the Laboring Poor in Late
Imperial South China
***Robert J. Antony

4. Politics of Faith: Christian Activism and the Maoist State in South
China
***Joseph Tse-Hei Lee

5. The Transnational Redress Campaign for Chinese Survivors of Wartime
Sexual Violence in Shanxi Province
***Yuki Terazawa

6. The Chinese Underclass and Organized Crime as a Stepladder of
Social Ascent
***Ming Xia

7. Feminisation, Recognition and the Cosmological in Xishuangbanna
***Anouska Komlosy

8. Re-Presenting Women’s Identities: Recognition and Representation of
Rural Chinese Women
*** Sharon R. Wesoky

9. “This Is My Mother’s Land!” An Indigenous Woman Speaks Out
***Siu-Keung Cheung

10. Making Rights Claims Visible: Intersectionality, NGO Activism, and
Cultural Politics in Hong Kong
***Lisa Fischler

11. Institutionalizing the Representation of Religious Minorities in
post-1997 Hong Kong
***Lida V. Nedilsky

12. The Limits of Chinese Transnationalism: The Cultural Identity of
Malaysian-Chinese Students in Guangzhou
***Kam-Yee Law, Kim-Ming Lee

*********************************************************

Joseph Tse-Hei Lee
Professor
Department of History
Pace University
1 Pace Plaza
New York
NY 10038
Email: jlee@pace.edu

Lida V. Nedilsky
Associate Professor
Department of Sociology
North Park University
3225 West Foster Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625-4895
Email: lnedilsky@northpark.edu

Siu-Keung Cheung
Assistant Professor
Department of Sociology
Hong Kong Shue Yan University
10 Wai Tsui Crescent
Braemar Hill, North Point
Hong Kong
Email: skcheung@hksyu.edu

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